What is an "Internet Cookie"?
An "Internet Cookie" ( a term also known as "browser cookie" or "HTTPS cookie" or to put it simple "cookie") it's a small file, that is using string characters (letters and numbers) that will be stored on your local computer, your laptop, your phone or any other user device connecting to the Internet. The Internet Cookie is installed by the explicit request of the web browser (ex: Internet Explorer, Chrome) to the web server and it is completely passive which means that it does not contain softwarem spyware or malware and cannot acces the information stored inside the user's hard drive. An Internet Cookie is made of two parts:the name and the content or the cookie value. The cookie lifetime is determined;technically ,only the webserver that has sent the cookie can access it again at the time the user comes back on the website asociatted with the webserver.
The website www.insse.ro/cms uses:
|cookie-agreed||a predefined generated session cookie, used for installing a cookie on the client side after the user has given his consent.|
|has_js||a drupal session cookie, for the first part, which is deleted after the browser is closed.|
How to block cookies?
Users can configure their browser to reject cookies. Disabling and refusing to receive cookies may make certain sections / pages impractical or difficult to visit and use (for example: filling in forms online / broadcasting the public information clip, etc.) You can find more about cookies here: www.allaboutcookies.org or http://www.youronlinechoices.com/ro.